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How Do Bicycles Influence The Architecture Of Cities?

How Do Bicycles Influence The Architecture Of Cities?

Bicycles and cycling have been a major push in community development in cities around the world in recent years, with governments pledging millions in order to make cities more cycle-friendly in an effort to improve the physical and mental health of its inhabitants. But other than making the air cleaner and its people healthier, how does cycling influence the architecture and design of a city?

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Iconic Visitor Center Architecture

Iconic Visitor Center Architecture

National parks, museums, and almost any major tourist attraction will require a visitor center of some sorts, a place where entrants can get information, buy tickets and other products. Not only is it a location for visitors to orient themselves with the facilities, and even buy a cup of coffee, it’s also a chance for architecture to set the tone and make an iconic first impression.

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The History of Affordable Housing In London

The History of Affordable Housing In London

London is known as one of the least affordable cities in the world to live in, and getting access to the capital seems to have always come at a high price. In the days before social or council housing, options were severely limited to those who did not inherit property. But changing governments as well as a couple of world wars has shifted the focus of affordable housing back and forth between capitalist and socialist ideals throughout the decades.

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An Interview with Oke Hauser, Creative Lead for MINI Living

An Interview with Oke Hauser, Creative Lead for MINI Living

Bee Breeders architecture competition organisers, in partnership with ARCHHIVE Books, would like to present a preview article from an upcoming print publication “What is Affordable Housing”? This time we would like to introduce you to MINI Living.

MINI Living projects address the shortages of affordable housing and public spaces in cities. The practice, as part of the automotive MINI brand, is headed by creative lead and architect Oke Hauser. It’s exhibitions showcase potential solutions for our future city environments, which focus on offering shared living areas.

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rabble

rabble

Bee Breeders architecture competition  organisers, in partnership with ARCHHIVE Books, would like to present a preview article from an upcoming print publication “What is Affordable Housing”? This time we would like to introduce you to rabble.

A crowdfunding platform that allows anyone to invest in projects that help communities and the environment. The company’s portfolio includes rehabilitated neighborhoods in Detroit, and a 3D ocean farm in Maine.

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